Tall art glass vase with maker's mark hard to come by
Q: We enjoy your weekly column and appreciate your candid appraisals. Attached are photos of "both sides" and the top of a glass vase that has been in the family since the late 1890s. From the gilt mark on the bottom with a mitered bishop and the words "Mont" and "Joye" on either side, and "L&Cie" below, we determined it was manufactured by the Paris firm of Legras & Cie. It stands 19 inches high, is 24 around in the middle, and is 18 inches around at the top and base.
We will appreciate your thoughts about collector interest and auction and insurance values. Thanks. — P. & B.M., internet
A: Wow what a beautiful art glass vase. Art Glass is a large popular category of collecting. Mont Joye was first produced by Saint-Hilaire, Touvier, and de Vaueaux. They merged with Legras Glass in Pantin, France, in the 1920s. Collectors refer to the glass as Legras Mont Joye. Tall pieces like your vase with makers' marks are hard to come by. The overall condition appears to be excellent. I think it would sell below $1,000 but not far. Retail replacement insurance value should be $2,500.
Q: Thank you so much for replying to my email in the Ocala Star-Banner on March 12 in reference to my three vintage mini perfume bottles from between World Wars I and II. I researched the IPBA website and learned quite a bit but need to be a member to learn more. The bottles and vanity items they auction are beautiful and appear to be way out of my meager collection league. I did find a few similar bottles on Etsy and eBay after your reply and have decided to keep them for now. Thank you again for the information and I continue to read and enjoy your article every Sunday. — T.R., internet
A: I am glad you responded about how things worked out. As you have discovered now is not the best time to sell your perfume bottles. Perhaps there will be a family member that will cherish them as you have. Thanks for your response.
Q: I have a beautiful large, almost 12 inches across, Modern crystal bowl I purchased at a consignment shop for $100 a few years back. The information I have is Vannes le Chatel Collection France Exclusive USA Distribution Avitra, New York. Is there anything you can tell me without a photo? — R.R., internet
A: Vannes le Chatel glass is bought and sold in the secondary market for reasonable prices. I suspect the piece you have was made in the 1950s to 1970s. Without a photograph that is all I can say.
— John Sikorski with over 35 years of experience is an Ocala based antiques advisor, consultant, and broker. Send your questions to Sikorski's Attic, c/o The Ocala Star-Banner, 2121 SW 19th Ave. Road, Ocala, FL 34471-7752, or email [email protected]
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